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Israel attacks its self and blames Palestinian terrorists

A group of Israeli defence workers were exposed for attacking Israel after Palestinian terrorists had been blamed.

Yesterday morning the man who controls the Israeli military,  Shaul Mofaz, confidently predicted that there would be a terrorist attack later that day. When his prediction proved to be correct it looked like another case of Israeli prior knowledge of a terrorist attack. The Western media reported it as an attack by Hezbollah, exactly as Mofaz had said.

Israel has now been forced to admit that the rocket attacks had been launched from an Israel Defense Forces base. The shells were fired by a team of Israelis who work for an Israeli defence company and claim to be "civilians". The Israeli media exposed the incident, but reported it as another "accident".


Thre Guardian, "Lebanon Militants Fire Rockets Into Israel", 7 February 2005.,1280,-4783694,00.html
    JERUSALEM (AP) - Hezbollah guerrillas in Lebanon fired Katyusha rockets into northern Israel on Monday, police said Monday, a day before the Israeli and Palestinian leaders are to meet at a Mideast summit in Egypt.
    Israeli Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz warned earlier in the day that some militants, including Hezbollah, may try to disrupt the summit. Israeli defense officials accuse the Lebanese guerrilla group of assisting Palestinian militants in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

Haaretz, "Shells hit north as test by weapons manufacturer goes awry", 7 February 2005.
    Four mortar shells fell in and around the town of Nahariya in northern Israel late Monday afternoon, during a failed test by a weapons manufacturer in the area.
    The test by the civilian weapons manufacturer was taking place in an Israel Defense Forces firing range north of Nahariya when it went wrong for reasons as yet unknown. The IDF itself had no involvement in the incident.
    Defense officials initially thought that the shelling originated from Hezbollah guerillas in southern Lebanon.
    Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz warned earlier Monday that some militants, including the Iranian-backed Hezbollah, may try to disrupt Tuesday's summit between Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas in Egypt.


Haaretz, "Israel asks EU to add Hezbollah to terror list", 3 February 2005.
    Israel submitted an official request this week to the European Union to place Hezbollah on its list of terror organizations.
    Oded Eran, Israel's ambassador to the EU, submitted the request in Brussels, and the Foreign Ministry's deputy director-general for strategic affairs, Jeremy Issacharoff, passed it on to the Dutch ambassador to Israel, Bob Hiensch, who is presently the dean of Europe's ambassadors to Israel.
    The Israeli request details Hezbollah's attempts to create instability in the territories since the death of Yasser Arafat.

Haaretz, "France refuses request to list Hezbollah as a terrorist group", 15 February 2005.

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